Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions is continually active not only in the wide range of public and online auctions staged by us monthly and weekly from our world headquarters in Connecticut, but in our appearances and responsibilities in many philatelic events across the country. Check here for the latest updates in our auctions schedule and many more varied activities.
The Award Winning Alan Warren Collection - 08/16/2021
August 16, 2021
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Award-Winning Alan Warren Collection of the Stamps and Postal History of Tibet.
Kelleher & Rogers Ltd is honored to present at public auction the extraordinary collection of Tibet formed by the eminent philatelist, Alan Warren. This remarkable exhibit first appeared nationally in 1981, and 30 years later has amassed 8 Gold Medals in addition to many special honors, such as the 2001 Sescal Chairman’s Award, the APS 1900-1940 Medal of Excellence, and many others.
The exhibit encompasses the postal history and the printing and use of the native stamps from the pre-adhesive era in the 19th century, until the intervention of Communist China in the 1950s. Noteworthy sections are featured from the 1903 Younghusband expedition as well as items from the significant F.M. Bailey and Swedish explorer Sven Hedin correspondences. Exceptional coverage of the 1910 Chinese Post Office in Tibet are noted as well.
This stellar collection will be prominently featured in the November Kelleher & Rogers Auction. Contact the firm for further details.
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Announcements Press Release Sale - 28 2/15/2019
February 14, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Kelleher & Rogers, Ltd., ANNOUNCING SPRING 2019 GENERAL SALE
Kelleher & Rogers, Ltd., is pleased to announce its Spring General Sale, March 15, 2019. One of the most impressive items of the sale is a 1922, Junk, First Peking printing, 2¢ on 3¢ blue green, “Temporarily Used For” surcharge in red inverted estimated to realize $500,000 HK. It is a splendid and desirable example of this great rarity, one of the legendary “Four Treasures of Imperial and Modern China”.
This exciting sale also features an 1875 (Sept. 27), pre-adhesive Customs Post cover from Takow to Hong Kong. This cover has an amazing “sister” cover, written in the same hand, and addressed to the same shopkeeper in Hong Kong, with both the Takow and Amoy markings each a mere two days earlier than on this cover. It is believed to be one of only 2 examples from the early Customs period.
Other featured stamps in this sale include the Chinese Local Posts, Chinese Empire and Republic, Chinese Provinces, Foreign Offices & Occupations, Taiwan, People’s Republic, Hong Kong and other Asia countries.
Don’t miss this sale in our Wan Chai, Hong Kong office. Live bidding will begin at 10 a.m. on March 15, 2019. The sale includes 950 lots. Prebidding is open now and customers can see the full catalog by clicking here.
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Welcome to our New Website - 05/15/2021
Welcome to our New Website
After months of redesigning, Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions is excited to introduce everyone to our new website and auction platform. The company’s new site went live on May 15, 2021.
Within this new site you will find easy to access information, resources, contact information and even a new retail store. At Kelleher Auctions we value communication and connection with each of our clients. That is why we want to make sure that your digital experience with our company meets our high standard of client relations. Take a moment to visit some of the new features of the site, such as, interactive forms, video content, FAQ, Value Search and so much more.
Not only has the look of the site changed, but the flow and function of the site has improved as well. We heard our clients when they spoke to us about wanting more frequent access to all types of philatelic material, and that is how our retail store became a priority for this new site. We also heard our clients when they spoke to us about wanting to have a plethora of philatelic resources all in one site.
To help our new site meet all your needs, please take a moment to create your online profile under the log-in tab. This will enable you to see invoices, make payments, enter bids, request phone bidding, and so much more. For a tutorial on how to do this, please click here. Need printable instructions? We have those for you too, just click here.
We are here to help you through this transition to our new site and services. For personal client care with transitioning your information, please call us at 203-830-2500 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.